If the tooth was loose due to impact, you should seek a dentist. They may be able to fix it. For the chip, the dentist can also repair that. I had a similar experience where I fell, and chipped a tooth and caused it to be loose. The dentist repaired the appearance of the tooth and the tooth stabalised itself after a while.
If you completely break your tooth, like through the inside and everything, you will feel a lot of pain in your mouth. However, if by break, you mean you chipped the tooth, nothing really happens, but you can feel the break with your tongue. Either way, if you have dental insurance, you might get a filling for a chipped tooth, or a whole new replacement tooth if you broke the entire tooth.
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